Saturday, November 27, 2010

not thinking what it is, is enough

 

i spent a lot of time not wanting it
to be the clothes line. but it IS
the clothes line.
and once i let it be the clothes line
then, First Bird could come.
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11 comments:

yvette said...

often people ask...what can you do with it.(stuff you make).
My answer...you can love it!

Jacky said...

Sometimes it just has to be....and once you allow it, it just flows.

Proud bird....

Jacky xox

Karen Turner said...

That made me smile.

Manya Maratou said...

I love washing lines.

kaite said...

oh clothes lines have a lot of life in them and attract life to them also...yours looks very lively already...k

nandas said...

think about your own clothes line. you have always had something to say about it... how you love the clothes blowing in the wind, the colors all lined up...what ever you happen to feel about the process of wash on the line... just think about what that means to you..maybe your piece will progress from there... a clothes line is enough...it is big when you think about it.... of course first bird knows that already.

Anonymous said...

first bird, maybe the first wash line. on the first morning. this seems a natural becoming.

jude said...

oops. that was me. keep forgetting my name. ha.

twhIch aye said...

to me this is peace. objects, actions happening in the same space, but in my mind each has different story? beautiful.

Deb G said...

Since you don't want comments on the other one, I'll leave one here. :)

I love how you post several times, slightly different angles, stages and perspectives. There is a poetry to it. And it's amazing what can end up on the laundry line...

Martine said...

as Yvette said, you can love it.........and i do.
XXXm